New Web System Brings Companies, Project Lawyers Together
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[Vancouver, CANADA]] Inglenet Business Solutions has completed production of a dynamic Web based system for PeopleQuick.com that matches project lawyers with sole practitioners, law firms, businesses, and government departments looking for temporary legal help.
"Working as a lawyer, I saw a need for this type of system," said Jennifer McJannet, president of PeopleQuick.com. "Lawyers often have difficulty maintaining a balance between their work and personal life, and, as a result, many are leaving to pursue other avenues of work."
Consequently, there is high turnover at many legal firms, and a large gap in the workforce.
"The system," said McJannet, "aims to fill this gap, and to provide law firms with the opportunity not only to fill the gap, but to effectively reduce the bottom line by hiring lawyers only as and when needed, thus providing a competitive edge."
The Web System developed by Inglenet presents a database of resumes that represent available qualified lawyers across Canada who work on a contract project basis.
Employers looking for temporary legal help search the database, view resumes, and hire project lawyers as needed.
The Web site has been open to lawyers in British Columbia since October 17th, and in the rest of Canada since November 6th, to add their resumes. It s being launched to employers and the public today.
Vanvcouver-based PeopleQuick.com was created to provide the legal community with a convenient and cost effective employment search engine. Toronto-based Inglenet develops technical solutions in the areas of business to business, electronic commerce, intranet, extranet, telephony, and interconnectivity with legacy systems.